No smoking policies, fire extinguishers, adequate hose stations, smoke detection systems, and ceiling systems are some of the basic precautions and practices that "most" record storage companies employ. NFPA, Factory Mutual (FM) and the Federal Government have studied both actual past fire catastrophes and fire modeling and simulation for "high pile" record storage. These findings have led to recommendations/requirements that will limit the risk of fire spread in commercial record storage facilities.
Securing your business records in good times, and in bad...
Let's face it. Storms, floods, fires, chemical spills and other natural disasters are a fact of life, and the consequences to your business could be devastating. Developing a contingency plan to help your organization recover in the event of a natural disaster is an essential step to ensuring business continuity and mitigating the risk of loss.
Keeping your company whole,
in good times and in bad
Records management is a key driver of operational efficiency and offers significant business benefits. Implementing an effective records management program creates more value from a company's information assets while mitigating the risks associated with litigation, audit, and disaster.
Protecting your company's future with DataSavers' Vaulting Solutions
Most people do not consider the consequences of a network failure or other disaster until such problems arise, but in reality, it's not if data loss will occur, but when.